ENP Newswire -
Release date- 04022014 -
The Valens Colligo family adds support for native interfaces such as USB 2.0 and audio interfaces, as well as infrastructures such as fiber optics, and enables the transmission of 4K video over longer distances.
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The Colligo product family will comprise several new chipsets that Valens will roll out over the coming months. The first three are:
VS2000 - 5Play Gen 2.0
VS2310 - 5Play Gen 2.0 Plus - a high-end 5Play chipset that includes native USB 2.0 support and inter-device connectivity
VS2311 - 5Play Gen 2.0 Fiber - introduces HDBaseT over fiber for transmission over much longer distances
All the new chips feature enhanced performance improved robustness and noise resistance, and support multiple cable types and interfaces, including HDMI 2.0 support.
The Colligo chips are flexible and designed to address the needs of various markets such as Pro-AV, Consumer Electronics, broadcasting, healthcare and Industrial PCs. Manufacturers will be able to implement the Colligo chips into their new HD projectors, industrial PCs, single wire TVs, digital signage displays, multi-stream video switching / distribution / aggregation, daisy chaining, video extenders over CatX / fiber optics cables, AV matrixes, and AV receivers.
Engineering samples will be available in
Valens provides semiconductor products for the distribution of uncompressed high-definition (HD) multimedia content. The company's HDBaseT technology enables long-reach connectivity of devices over a single cable and is a global standard for advanced digital media distribution. Founded in 2006, Valens is a private company headquartered in
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